updated December 2nd, 2023





A Journey to Exciting Projects

October took us once more to Albania. It must have been approximately our 55th journey there, but we stopped ...





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IPA is engaged in transitional and developing countries with
focus on learning and education.

IPA offers help for self-help, e.g. through projects in the fields of food production and water supply as well as the issuance of micro credits.

The unique aspect of the IPA brand is the
integration of youth in the implementation of projects. This gives Swiss students the opportunity to gain formative experiences.

School classes and junior-teams define, plan and execute their projects independently but are supervised by experienced IPA staff.


All projects are inspected by IPA on location, and once completed, are checked over again. This way all donors have the guaranty that their money is being used in exactly the right places and that people are really getting the help they need.




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Another Success Story from England

counting years ago. Apart from the support of minor medical dispensaries, the focus was on three big projects: the construction of a comprehensive school (year 1 to 9); the creation of a health care centre for 3,000 people; and the development of the economy in the Dibër district. Just now, the national census is the hot topic in Albania. How many of the once 2,8 million inhabitants are still there? There is no one who hasn't got their own opinion about the figures – ranging from below one million to just about two million. No doubt: emigration continues, and it must be stopped. IPA's economic project could make a contribution.




Construction of the school building in Frankth is making good progress